Sponsored: We Want You to Win skins and beat our Dust2 rivals!

The Dust2.us clan will be competing against Dust2 Brasil, Sweden, Denmark, and India.

This is a sponsored article that helps Dust2.us continue to provide free coverage and exclusive content.

The Dust2 websites have partnered with eNDX for a competition between each other and we need your help winning it. Worry not, you will be the ones receiving the prizes, we will just get to give them a hard time for NA CS being better than Brazilian, Swedish, and Indian CS.

If you join the Dust2.us Clan, you will participate in a skin giveaway. Five lucky winners will receive a skin each, with a total value of approximately $150. Also, if you sign up to the Dust2.us Clan, you will get $10 for free to kickstart your eNDX trading journey.

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What is eNDX?

eNDX is a fantasy game in which you can buy, sell, and trade your favorite esports players just like you would on the stock market. In fact, eNDX is the only fantasy game in the world that uses stock market rules instead of traditional fantasy rules to enable fans to profit from their knowledge. You won't have actual ownership over the players (I wish we did; I would actually make them carry me on MM).

The share of each player varies based on the demand for the respective player, so you need to be that one eagle-eyed fan who spots an underrated talent who suddenly is the talk of the town. Think Rodrigo "biguzera" Bittencourt at the Major, a player in a team that many thought would be out with an 0-3 record but was just one series away from the playoffs.

eNDX ensures that players are taken care of. The company offers a 30-day money-back guarantee for all deposits up to $250. They also ensure low deposit limits to keep users safe and make this a fun and friendly environment. You must be over 18 years old to participate.

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#1(With 2 replies)
April 2, 2024 03:48PM
web3 is really dumb but hey maybe after 7 years I might profit from reading this site
#3(With 1 replies)
April 3, 2024 08:33AM
I will say, it's not a Web3 product. It is just a fun minigame affiliated with CS. I've tried it out and find it amusing.
#4(With 0 replies)
April 3, 2024 10:27AM
after looking into it more i take that back it does seem like a neat idea. not really my thing but i can see the appeal
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